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PUBLISHED: 11:06 10 November 2008 | UPDATED: 21:44 05 July 2010

AS an exiled Scot I have become an avid reader of The Journal, the news and views in which are varied and informative, reminds me of the local weekly paper back home.

AS an exiled Scot I have become an avid reader of The Journal, the news and views in which are varied and informative, reminds me of the local weekly paper back home.

It was interesting and alarming to note the recent article “Shock at number of road offences” (October 31). We all know that motoring offences are a problem and, from your article, seem to be difficult to police.

However, I would like to inform you of traffic incident on the A12 which I noted recently.

I was driving to Great Yarmouth on Friday, October 31, early morning about 7.30am.

While in the 40mph limit, before the Links Road roundabout, I was aware of a fast approaching white van in my rear view mirror.

This van was overtaking all vehicles so it must have been travelling at speeds in excess of 60 or 65mph. Then in a blaze of break lights, slowed sufficiently to negotiate the roundabout.

The van in question was, I believe, the local, undercover speed camera vehicle.

So my question is who polices the policers?

GORDON BROWN

Kirkley Cliff

Lowestoft

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